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L.A. Kings, Lakers and Clippers say Enough

When the LA Kings held a pre-game moment of silence last week to honor the victims of the Thousand Oaks tragedy, the organization’s message was that continuing to view mass killings of this nature as a new reality is not […]

L.A. Kings, Lakers and Clippers say Enough

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When the LA Kings held a pre-game moment of silence last week to honor the victims of the Thousand Oaks tragedy, the organization’s message was that continuing to view mass killings of this nature as a new reality is not […]

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NFL Week 9: Angels on the 50 yard line and the GOAT

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LA Kings fire head coach John Stevens and name Willie Desjardins as interim head coach

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NFL Week 7: A rollicking locker room and London’s calling

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Dodgers win NL Pennant and return to World Series

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Canelo Alvarez is honored by Ring Magazine

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LAFC hosts Vancouver in last home game of the regular season

The last home game of the Los Angeles Football Club is coming October 21. They will face the Vancouver Whitecaps, a team they defeated in April in Vancouver. As of

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